December, 2008

  • Sprint finally accepts Android

    Despite Sprint’s CEO Dan Hesse claiming Android is not good enough for the Sprint name, they are ready to welcome an Android-powered handset sometime in the next year.  Looks like someone is eating his words and coming back

    December 12, 2008 • Views: 41

  • Please welcome Loopt to the Android Market

    The very popular social networking application, Loopt has officially made its way to the Android Market. This is one application that we have been waiting for since the launch on the T-Mobile G1. Now you can spy on all of your

    December 11, 2008 • Views: 131

  • Visa Mobile Application hits the Android Market; may not be as secure as you think

    Back in September we reported that the Visa Mobile Application was being created as the first financial application for Android. It has been a while but they managed to push it to the Android Market in hopes that it would get

    December 11, 2008 • Views: 77

  • Sony Ericsson Android by summer 2009?

    There has been a lot of hype surrounding the 14 new additions to the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), most of which comes back to one manufacturer, Sony Ericsson. We are surprised that not too many people have been talking about the

    December 11, 2008 • Views: 93

  • Data Viz brings office solution to Android in 2009

    Data Viz has announced that they are going to be developing Documents To Go and RoadSync for Android in 2009. DataViz is a long time provider of mobile software applications that enable document access and mobile email. After

    December 10, 2008 • Views: 47

  • T-Mobile makes official comment on international roaming issue

    Just the other day we reported that a user was charged a ridiculous amount of money for data roaming when his data was turned off, even after being assured that he would be ok. It appears that this has caught T-Mobile’s

    December 10, 2008 • Views: 54

  • Get Android running on your HTC Touch

    I’m sure all of you are as eager to see Android get ported to other handsets as we are. So far we have not seen to much work as far as running Android on new handsets, but that has just changed. We have all seen the videos of

    December 10, 2008 • Views: 117

  • The Open Handset Alliance adds 14 new members to help develop Android

    The Open Handset Alliance is very pleased to announce the addition of 14 supporting companies. The members of the Open Handset Alliance show their support for Android as an open mobile platform. We can expect these companies to

    December 9, 2008 • Views: 96

  • New AdWords options now for available T-Mobile G1

    Today, the Google mobile ads team has announced a new option that allows those of us who are AdWords advertisers to your desktop text and image ads on the T-Mobile G1, or any device that has a full HTML browser. These adds will

    December 8, 2008 • Views: 37

  • Turn your regular T-Mobile G1 into a developers edition

    Those of us who already have a T-Mobile G1 or do not have the money for the developers edition and would like to have one, will love what we found. The bootloader for the developers edition G1 is finally out and is making its

    December 8, 2008 • Views: 33